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Nurses in NYC protest against poor working conditions amid COVID-19 outbreak

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Nurses and healthcare workers gather in front of the Moses campus at the Montefiore Medical Center to protest at their working conditions and the lack of Personal Protective Equipment as the Covid-19 crisis worsens in New York City.

Added on the 03/04/2020 16:47:49 - Copyright : AFP EN

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